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Reviewer Niatpac Nagrom: Hello RestonRunner and other geocachers!

As this cache may have disappeared it needs to be maintained, probably a new container is needed.

RestonRunner, can you maintain this cache and restore it if it needs a new container?

I will archive this cache, but hopefully temporarily.

Yours, Tahu Nuva, your cache reviewer


Jurmala Treasure

A cache by RestonRunner and Skibumette Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/13/2002
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

About one tenth of a mile from the Baltic Sea, in the dunes, at the top of a large flat-topped hill, at the base of large pine. The cache is in a red tin box inside a protective plastic bag with the GeoCache instructions on top. A few pine branches provide shelter but should not obscure the red cache totally.

The cache, thought to be only the second in Latvia, is in a red tin box which once contained Moravian Christmas cookies from North Carolina. Contents include memorabilia from the 1980 Winter Olympics, a Spanish music CD, and several surprise items. There of course a note pad and pen.

The cache is in the Latvia beach resort called Jurmala, about 20 kilometers from the capital city, Riga. It is at the Lielupe end of Jurmala (you'd better get a map) and we suggest you drive east as far as you can along the beach, park, pay the attendent one lat in the summertime, and then start walking.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Vg vf ng gur onfr bs gur ovttrfg cvar gerr ba gur gbc bs gur uvyy, ba gur rnfg fvqr bs gur uvyygbc, ba gur fbhgu fvqr bs gur gerr, jvgu fbzr oebja, qrnq cvar oenapurf pbirevat vg. Lbh jvyy frr vg jura lbh'er jvguva svir srrg.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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